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Trezevant Board Approves Lake Resolution

By Jim Potts
jpotts@mckenziebanner.com
Posted 9/20/22

The Trezevant Board met in their monthly session with a light agenda to deal with. The Board became one of the first municipal organizations to introduce and pass a resolution opposing the naming of the 1000 Acre Lake to Lake Halford.

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Trezevant Board Approves Lake Resolution

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The Trezevant Board met in their monthly session with a light agenda to deal with. The Board became one of the first municipal organizations to introduce and pass a resolution opposing the naming of the 1000 Acre Lake to Lake Halford. Curtis Halford is a state representative serving part of Carroll County and Gibson County. The resolution commended Halford’s efforts in the state legislature but since he resided in another county that the lake should be named for someone/something in Carroll County. With little discussion, the resolution was unanimously passed.
 
During reports from Board members, it was announced the police department has hired a part-time officer. Brad Hardin, a semi-retired police officer, accepted the post recently. The board approved board reports, department reports and the minutes from the previous meeting on August 9 prior to adjourning the meeting. The next board meeting is scheduled for October 11 at 6:30 p.m.

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